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Forer Effect > Why do some divination tricks work.

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Forer Effect > Why do some divination tricks work.

Forer effect shows us why horoscope predictions can sound so accurate. Many people are surprised that, although they lack a scientific basis; The different systems of divination that pretend to describe our lives can get very close to reality. How do you explain that some divination tricks seem to work? How can it be that,…

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Motivational capacity what factors are involved in it?

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Motivational capacity what factors are involved in it?

Motivational capacity is especially important in childhood and in educational processes. It can be observed with an increasing frequency how the current pace of life so accelerated; It is causing interference in both personal development and academic follow-up than some schoolchildren. (and also applicable to some adults) are able to perform these days. This operation…

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How to lose: 7 keys to learn how to accept defeats.

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How to lose: 7 keys to learn how to accept defeats.

How to lose: A series of tips to learn to lose at work, in sport and in life in general. Knowing how to properly manage defeats and mistakes is very important. When we lose we have the opportunity to evaluate the reasons that led us to that situation and correct some aspects to improve. In…

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Effect of mere exposure: what it is and how it is expressed in psychology.

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Effect of mere exposure: what it is and how it is expressed in psychology.

Effect of mere exposure. This effect studied explains that the familiarity of something leads us to appreciate it favorably. Has it ever happened to you that something (for example, a song) you have been liking more and more as you listened more? Or even with someone? This has an explanation according to social psychology; It…

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Simon effect | What it is and how it is studied in psychology.

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Simon effect | What it is and how it is studied in psychology.

Simon effect. is a psychological phenomenon related to interference processes. Sometimes people have such automated responses in our brain; Conflicts occur when solving certain tasks that are “contradicted” with such automation. In this article we’ll know one of these interferences, the Simon effect. The Simon effect was proposed by J.R. Simon at the end of…

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 Verbal Behavior  Skinner and Verbal operatives .

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 Verbal Behavior  Skinner and Verbal operatives .

Verbal behavior Skinner: What they are, types and performance.These functions of verbal conduct enhance learning and socialization. Psychologist B. F. Skinner called “Verbal conduct” to communication skills; Specifically, it consists of the group of vocal or non-vocal operative conducts intended to be socially reinforced. Skinner differed 6 verbal operatives, each with its own function and…

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is there free will? controversy today Freedom or debauchery.

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is there free will? controversy today  Freedom or debauchery.

Is there free will?. Are we free to make decisions about our lives? In this, self-knowledge is key. Can we decide freely on our own actions? This question has been latent since humanity could be considered as such. Philosophers like Plato have already explored these concepts centuries ago with the means at their fingertips. It…

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Recess effect. What it is and How it Affects Memory.

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Recess effect. What it is and How it Affects Memory.

Recess effect. What it is and how it affects memory. A psychological phenomenon that is expressed in our way of remembering memories. Let’s think about a presentation we went to on psychology, for example. When you leave the presentation, what do you think you will remember better, the information of the beginning, the middle or…

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